As promised, Monolith has showcased the PC version of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor during NVIDIA’s GAME24 event. Below you can find the 30-minute video, showing off the game’s Challenge mode.
The game looks excellent . And the gameplay is brutal , i like that .
i never even realized we werent seeing pc gameplay so far, they all look the same to me
Usually games shine when they are incredibly modded just like skyrim , it looks beautiful with mods or Stalker with the Alpha MOD that makes the game different and very beautiful too but that doesnt mean the game looks bad , i think it looks beautiful in all versions .
I'm getting a Destiny vibe in this game. Too much bland space and not enough personality.
Any version of the same game with the same art is always going to look fairly similar in low quality internet videos. Let me ask you, do you think the PS4 versions of certain multiplats look better than the Xbox One versions? Probably so, but if you watch videos they always look pretty much the same anyway. Or at least similar enough that less perceptive people will say that they look 'basically the same'. The point is, judging off youtube videos is not very accurate. The differences in person are always much more obvious.
If u observe carefully,the PC version has better distant object blur (DOF).Others r not noticeable much mainly because of the compressed YouTube video.
The PC version looks great. I noticed the textures a lot more in this video than any previous video I have seen. Anyway, it looks fantastic and seems to run very well. I wonder what are the system specs of the PC they are using.
That's the first thing I searched after watching the vid: http://www.ign.com/articles... I just barely cut the minimum specs :( Not sure how minimum specs compare to PS4/XB1 quality. Anyone?
Min specs should be about the same as console quality.
Already preodered through Green Man gaming for under 38.00 excited for this one.Pc for me although I have a ps4
Soon... very soon... :]
This game is driving me a bit crazy. Usually, I can tell right away that I must have a game, or that I should wait for a game. I just don't know if I want this game right when it comes out, or if I want to wait. It's an open world (one of my favorite genres) Lord of the Rings (a rich story) game (I like games), but I've watched a lot of footage, and it's just not clicking with me. But it should be. I don't think I've ever been this unable to just make a decision whether to buy a game day-one or not. I'm baffled. I'll probably just get it. Sometimes just spending the damn sixty dollars is worth satisfying my curiosity. I'll likely not be too disappointed as I'm one of the few remaining gamers who plays games for fun, and I doubt it's going to be an outright bad game.
What's causing the jump from 25 - 40 GB's from minimum to recommended?
I know it's called Shadow of Mordor but gosh, it would be nice to see some of Middle Earth's beautiful sights too such as waterfalls, little roads through mystical forests and glittering caves or whatever else Tolkien wrote about. Because to me the whole game looks similar to a grim Far Cry custom map with lots of repeating objects placed in it. I mean even in a place like Mordor there's more variation than I'm seeing in this game. Gameplay looks fun and unique though!
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